|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Players are now on a 10-minute break.
Hand 77: Parlafes had the button and opened to 225,000 with . Dimov made the call with .
The flop came down and Dimov checked. Parlafes bet 300,000 and Dimov made the call.
1,070,000 in the pot and another trey popped up on the turn: . Dimov checked again and Parlafes bet 425,000. Dimov called again.
on the river and both players checked. The 1,920,000 pot went to Parlafes, increasing his stack to almost over 12.7 million.
Hand 78: Dimov opened for 200,000 with . Parlafes had in the big blind and three bet to 525,000. Dimov made the call to grow the pot to 1,070,000.
on the flop and a firm lead for Dimov in the hand. Parlafes was to speak first and he bet 425,000. Dimov made the call in position.
on the turn and Parlafes checked. Dimov bet 900,000 into the 1,920,000 pot and Parlafes made the call after some thinking.
The completed the board and Dimov had 3.2 million behind with already 3.7 million in the pot. Dimov announced all in and Parlafes decided to fold his pair of eights after some tanking.
"I folded an ace" lied Parlafes. "Obviously" said Dimov.
Hand 79: Parlafes opened for 225,000 with and Dimov called in the big blind with .
Both players checked the flop before an interesting card popped up on the turn: . Dimov checked and Parlafes bet 250,000. Dimov called with his pair and flush draw.
The fell on the river and Dimov checked again. Parlafes checked behind and the pot went to Dimov with his rivered flush.
Hand 74: Ognyan Dimov had the button. He looked down at ad raised to 200,000. Dany Parlafes three-bet with and Dimov quickly threw his cards away.
Hand 75: Parlafes held on his button and made it 225,000 to go. Dimov flatted with and the flop came down . Dimov checked his two pair and Parlafes continued out for 250,000. Dimov flatted and the touched down on the turn. Dimov checked a second time and Parlafes did the same. The drilled the river, giving Parlafes the best hand with trip sixes.
Dimov led out for 350,000 and Parlafes instantly called, showing down his trips to win the hand.
Hand 76: Dimov looked at and raised his button to 200,000. Parlafes called with and the flop came . Parlafes checked and Dimov moved forward a continuation bet of 200,000. Parlafes opted to come over the top for 525,000 and Dimov called to see a turn.
The paired the board on fourth street and Parlafes slowed with a check. Dimov moved 700,000 past the betting line and Parlafes went into the tank. After about two minutes, he slid his hand at the muck and Dimov took down the pot.
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The two players have taken their seats again and play has started.
Hand 72: Parlafes in the small blind had just eight-three and gave Dimov a walk in his big blind.
Hand 73: Parlafes folded his on the button and action was on Dimov.
The Bulgarian player limped in with from the small blind. Buhr had in the big blind you could already tell what was going to happen. Buhr raised it up to 325,000 with about 3 million behind.
Dimov had 3.4 million and limp re raised to 700,000.
Benjamin Buhr thought for a little bit, chip riffled some, and then announced all in. He was beat into the pot by Dimov.
The 5,930,000 pot would go to Dimov. The 6% equity Buhr had, materialized not into a win. The on the flop had something for both, but Buhr was in a even more pesky spot now. The on the turn decided it, Buhr was drawing dead. The on the river was there just for good measures.
"Do you cover?" asked Buhr. The answer was yes, and so the Frenchman left in third place netting €243,390. Heads up now between Buhr and Dimov with €543,700 for first and €338,700 for the runner up.
Hand 70: Dany Parlafes held and he limped from the button. Ognyan Dimov completed from the small blind with and Benjamin Buhr checked from the big blind.
All three players checked down a flop of and a turn of . The came down on the river and Dimov checked a third time. Buhr bet 150,000 and Parlafes let his cards go. Dimov called with his pair of deuces but they were no good against Buhr's queens.
Hand 71: Dimov limped his button and Buhr moved all in for 1.42 million from the small blind it folded back to Dimov and he instantly called.
Dimov was in a dominating position with his pocket queens, but Buhr quickly took the lead after the flop hit the felt. The fell on fourth street, meaning Buhr needed only to fade a queen on the river in order to stay alive. The fell on the river, allowing Buhr to double up to 2.79 million.
Hand 68: Benjamin Buhr received a walk in the big blind.
Hand 69: Ognyan Dimov flatted from the button with and found a check from Dany Parlafes with in the big blind. The duo watched as a flop of hit the felt. Parlafes led for 200,000 and Dimov got out of the way.
The final three players are now taking an unscheduled break. Play will resume in approximately 17 minutes.
Hand 64: Benjamin Buhr had the button but folded his . Parlafes dound in the small blind and completed. Ognyan Dimov checked his .
on the flop and Parlafes bet out. Dimov folded instantly.
Hand 65: Parlafes opened the button to 225,000 with . Dimov found in the small blind but folded after looking left and right. Buhr in the big blind woke up with and just called.
Buhr checked to Parlafes on . The Romanian made a 250,000 continuation bet. Buhr check raised to 600,000 even. Parlafes leaned forward to check Buhr's stack, played a little with his blue 100,000 plaques, and went into the tank. Parlafes had wild plans it seemed, but in the end he decided against it and just folded.
Hand 66: Dimov folded his button and Benjamin Buhr completed from the small blind with . Dany parlafes found in the big blind and checked.
on the flop and Buhr bet his bottom pair for 125,000. Parlafes had middle pair and threw in three 100,000 plaques. Buhr added the 225,000 and saw a turn: .
Buhr now checked and Parlafes checked behind so the pot stayed 830,000. The on the river meant a flush for Parlafes. Buhr bet out 500,000 and Parlafes made the call.
Hand 67: Benjamin Buhropened the button for 200,000 with . Dimov in the big blind made the call holding .
The flop came and Dimov checked. Buhr with top pair and top kicker bet 225,000. Dimov with the flush draw made the call.
The gave Dimov an open ended on top of his flush draw and he checked. Buhr bet another 350,000 with 1.1 million behind. Dimov made the call.
1,630,000 in the pot at that point and the fell on the river giving Dimov the straight. The Bulgarian player announced all in and the big decision was on Buhr. Would he fold, he would have to continue with 11 big blinds.
Buhr thought about it for a fair bit, even at one point glancing at Dimov's legs/feet to see if he could get a tell. Dimov seemed not at ease at all, which would be a reverse tell if he was doing it consciously.
Buhr eventually folded and the big pot went to Dimov. "Show a bluff" said Buhr, but Dimov didn't comply.